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write an article critique for a specific article provided. Based on the below guidelines, you need to write about 2-3 pages article summary, while thesecond part 2-3 pages covers your own critique or review.

Article Critique Guidelines:First of all, for any type of journal article your critique should include some basic information 
(article summary): 
1. Name(s) of the author(s) 
2. Title of article 
3. Title of journal, volume number, date, month and page numbers
 4. Statement of the problem or issue discussed 
5. The authors purpose, approach or methods, hypothesis, and major conclusions. 
The majority of your critique, however, should consist of your qualified opinion of the article Read the article you are to critique once to get an overview. Then read it again, critically. The following are some questions you may want to address in your critique no matter what typeof article you are critiquing. (Use your opinion. These points dont have to be discussed in this order, and some may not be pertinent to your particular article.) 
1. Is the title of the article appropriate and clear? 
2. Is the abstract specific, representative of the article, and in the correct form? 
3. Is the purpose of the article made clear in the introduction? 
4. Do you find errors of fact and interpretation? (This is a good one! You wont believe howoften authors misinterpret or misrepresent the work of others. You can check on this by lookingup for yourself the references the author cites.) 
5. Is all of the discussion relevant? 
6. Has the author cited the pertinent, and only the pertinent, literature? If the author has includedinconsequential references, or references that are not pertinent, suggest deleting them.7. Have any ideas been overemphasized or underemphasized? Suggest specific revisions. 
8. Should some sections of the manuscript be expanded, condensed or omitted? 
9. Are the authors statements clear? Challenge ambiguous statements. Suggest by examples howclarity can be achieved, but do not merely substitute your style for the authors. 
10. What underlying assumptions does the author have?11. Has the author been objective in his or her discussion of the topic?
 In addition, here are some questions that are more specific to empirical/research articles. (Again,use your option.) 
1. Is the objective of the experiment or of the observations important for the field? 
2. Are the experimental methods described adequately? 
3. Are the study design and methods appropriate for the purposes of the study? 
4. Have the procedures been presented in enough detail to enable a reader to duplicate them